Aid to the Church in Need (A registered Catholic charity in England and Wales (1097984) and Scotland (SC040748))
Directly under the Holy See, Aid to the Church in Need supports the faithful wherever they are persecuted, oppressed or in pastoral need, helping to bring Christ to the world through prayer, information and action. Founded in 1947 by Fr Werenfried van Straaten, whom Pope John Paul II named 'an outstanding Apostle of Charity', the organisation is now at work in about 140 countries throughout the world. The charity undertakes thousands of projects every year including providing transport for clergy and lay church workers, construction of church buildings, funding for priests and nuns and help to train seminarians. Since 1979 more than 48 million Aid to the Church in Need Child's Bibles have been printed in 180 languages and have been distributed worldwide. Contact: Neville Kyrke-Smith, National Director ACN UK: 12-14 Benhill Avenue, Sutton, Surrey SM1 4DA Tel: 020 8642 8668 Website: www.acnuk.org
A research and education centre established in 1977 under a charitable trust formed by the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales.
Director Dr David Albert Jones 17 Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 7NA Tel: 01865 610212 Fax: 01865 610213 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.bioethics.org.uk
AoS is the official maritime and welfare mission agency of the Catholic Church in Great Britain, as well as a registered charity wholly reliant on voluntary contributions. Ninety percent of world trade is carried by ship; however, seafarers often work in dangerous conditions suffering loneliness, deprivation and even exploitation. AoS deploys chaplains and ship visitors who welcome vulnerable merchant seafarers to our shores and provide for their pastoral and practical needs regardless of creed or nationality. Catholic seafarers are also given the opportunity to receive the sacraments. AoS also provides chaplains on board cruise ships, works ecumenically to maintain ecumenical seafarers centres inside ports, and collaborates with industry bodies to speak for seafarers rights. AoS relies on a network of valued parish contacts and volunteers to sustain its development. Director Martin Foley Apostleship of the Sea, 39 Eccleston Square SW1V 1PX Tel: 020 7901 1931 Email email@example.com Website: www.apostleshipofthesea.org.uk
The Archconfraternity of St Stephen exists to promote and encourage high standards of altar serving. Servers can be enrolled into the Guild with permission of their Parish Priest once they have been serving for at least six months and made their First Communion. Please contact the Hon Secretary or Diocesan Director for details on how a parish can be affiliated to the Guild.
National Director Fr Dennis F P Touw Tempelmans-Plat (Fulham 1)
Diocesan Director Fr Keith Stoakes (Poplar/Limehouse)
Hon President: Anthony Ogunseitan
Hon Secretary Michael O’Leary PO Box 768, London WC1A 1YT Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We aim to promote the legitimate place of Latin in the liturgy, the proper beauty and reverence of worship, and the Church's heritage of chant and polyphony, and to enable the faithful regularly to participate actively in all of these. We arrange meetings with sung Masses, Vespers and Benediction in Latin, publish our journal Latin Liturgy, engage in liturgical studies, make representations to the hierarchy, and produce educational publications and liturgical aids for congregations
Membership Secretary 173 Davidson Road, Croydon CR0 6DP
General Enquiries 16 Dean Down Avenue, Bristol BS9 4JF Email: email@example.com Web: www.latin-liturgy.org www.facebook.com/latinliturgy twitter.com/latinliturgyuk
Part of the Missio network of charities, the APF builds much needed infrastructure in predominantly impoverished areas - from chapels and schools, to orphanages, clinics and dispensaries Requested by the local community, our support transforms lives and creates a hub from which the young Church can flourish and grow, spreading the Good News of the Gospel, ministering to the faithful and delivering essential services in health and education through the Red Mission boxes and the World Mission Sunday annual collection.
Diocesan Director: Fr Philip Knights Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mill Hill Appealer for the Diocese: Fr John Hemer MHM Tel: 020 7349 5613 Email: email@example.com
National Office for Missio (Reg Charity No. 1056651) 23 Eccleston Square SW1V 1NU Tel: 020 7821 9755 Fax: 020 7630 8466 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.missio.org.uk
To promote personal devotion to, and public honour of, Our Lady under the title ‘Help of Christians’. A prayer meeting is held on the fourth Saturday of each month at 4pm at 36 Adolphus Road N4 2AY Contact Rev Deacon Kassa Tsegaye 120 Seaford Road N15 5DT Tel: 07930 416927
Founded in 1974, the ASR helps Senior Religious (men and women) to deepen the spiritual dimension of their lives and encourage on-going participation in the mission of their Congregation, in Society and in the Church. Companionship, friendship, care and support are characteristics of the Association. Annual residential conference and AGM. National Present: Sr Hazel Buckley FMFM 19 West Side SW4 9AJ Email: email@example.com.
To promote spiritual and temporal advancement, reconciliation and understanding among all Sri Lankans and work for peace. SS Michael and Martin, 94 Bath Rd, Hounslow TW3 3EH.
President Mr P Vincent Paul Perera BSc Cert Ed
Vice President Dr Christopher Perera
Joint Secretaries Dr Joseph S Fernando and Mrs Moira James
Treasurer Ms Shirani Dassanaike Tel: 020 8230 9809
Assumption Volunteers (age 20+) take up the challenge of living for one year in a culture very different to their own, sharing their lives and skills with the young in poor communities in India, the Philippines, Lithuania and England. The Assumption Sisters subsidise ten placements each year: 'Everyone has a mission'; in giving and receiving, discover the meaning of your life.
Contact Volunteer Co-ordinator, 23 Kensington Square W8 5HN Tel: 020 7361 4752 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.assumptionvolunteers.org.uk
Promulgates the message given by Our Lady at Banneux under the title ‘Virgin of the Poor’ by showing films and leading retreats and pilgrimages. Secretary Mrs Maria Hare 10 Bramble Close, Hillingdon UB8 3QE Tel: 01895 420753
A Catholic ministry for men and women who find themselves single again following divorce, separation or the death of a partner. It offers a weekend programme which seeks to encourage participants to close the door gently on the past and to approach life with more confidence and hope in the future.
Contact Freda Bacon Tel: 01322 838415, Sandra Maishman Tel: 01293 783965 or John Brotherton Tel: 01992 642443 Email: email@example.com Web: www.beginningexperience.org.
This international development and relief agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales builds partnerships with local organisations in more than 30 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America, supporting them to build a better world for people living in extreme poverty. CAFOD focuses on creating sustainable livelihoods, clean water and sanitation. combating HIV/AIDS, and peace-building. In emergencies it provides immediate relief and long-term programmes to rebuild people's lives.Support can be offered through donations, prayer, volunteering and campaigning. CAFOD's Lent Fast Day is on 10 March and Harvest Fast Day on 6 October, when donation envelopes will be available in churches.Contact Tony Sheen or Nalini Nathan CAFOD Westminster Volunteer Centre, 29 Bramley Road, London N14 4HE Tel: 020 8449 6970 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: cafodwestminster.wordpress.com
International secular institute for women living a celibate life. For the single or widowed. Web: www.ccinfo.org
CSAN is the official agency of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales for domestic social action. We are a family of social action charities collectively known as the Caritas network which is supported by the CSAN team. The network provides support for the most vulnerable people of society across England and Wales: families and children, the elderly, homeless, refugees, the disabled and prisoners. CSAN's national team, based in London, works to strengthen and facilitate the network, conduct policy and advocacy work and use its 'voice' at a national level. CSAN is a member of Caritas Internationalis, within the Caritas Europa Group.
Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road SE1 7JB
Tel: 020 7870 2210 Email: email@example.com Web: www.csan.org.uk
The Leaven, the Secular Institute of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, is a secular institutefor women, single or widowed, founded in 1949. There are currently members in England, Scotland, Wales and Namibia. The individual apostolate of members is rooted in a life of prayer drawing on the rich heritage of the Carmelites and each member lives her everyday life wherever she finds herself: in her own home, with her family or sharing with friends. The commitment to service and contemplation is shown in the vows they take of poverty, celibacy and obedience. Contact Angela Kneale 8 Fulwell Court, St Leger Drive, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, MK14 5HB Tel: 01908 231209 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carmel-in-London offers laity and diocesan clergy the opportunity to deepen their following of Christ within one of the Church's most ancient spirituality traditions, combining contemplative reflection with prophetic service and action for justice. Drawing inspiration from the prophet Elijah, the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Saints of Carmel, we form praying communities in the heart of the Church at the service of all God's people, through formal Carmelite Third Order gatherings and more diverse Carmelite Spirituality Groups. A Carmelite Third Order Group of the Ancient Observance (O.Carm) meets regularly in the Diocese of Westminster, alongside the monthly Carmel-in-the-City spirituality group. Contact Sylvia Lucas 07889 436 165 Website: www.carmelite.org. or www.carmelinthecity.org.uk.
International organisation for practising Catholic men founded in 1908 with world-wide membership of over 10,000 and over 300 groups in the UK. Circles meet monthly. For Province No 2 (City and East of London), Province No 8 (West London, West Herts) and No 14 (Central and North London, Herts) contact Head Office, 2nd Floor, 1 Park House, Station Square, Coventry CV1 2FL Tel: 024 7622 4533 Email: email@example.com Web: www.thecatenians.com
The Catholic Archives Society promotes and advises on listing, management and preservation of records of dioceses, religious foundations and institutions of the Catholic Church. It does not collect or store archives.
Secretary Sarah Maspero 38 Crawford Road, Fareham, Hants PO16 7RW Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.catholicarchievesociety.org
The Catholic Association for Racial Justice is an independent charity, an agency of the Bishops' Conference and a membership organisation. CARJ works with people of diverse backgrounds, in Church and society, to create a more just, more equal, more co-operative community. We do this through education, advocacy and facilitating mutual support among:
- schools, families and young people in marginalised communities
- Gypsies, Roma and Traveller communities
- those working in poor urban communities
- those suffering discrimination based on race, caste, religion and social class
Wherever possible, CARJ works in formal or informal partnership with members, friends and fellow citizens who share our basic values.
Episcopal President Rt Rev Patrick Lynch Chair Mrs Yogi Sutton Catholic Association for Racial Justice, 9 Henry Road N4 2LH Tel: 020 8802 8080 Fax: 020 8211 0808 Email: email@example.com Web: www.carj.org.uk.
Open to everyone with an interest in the performing arts, enabling them to use their talents to help others, work with like-minded professionals, enjoy social and networking opportunities and explore and develop their spiritual side.
Chaplain Fr Alan Robinson Secretary Molly Steele 1 Maiden Lane WC2E 7NB Tel: 020 7240 1221 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.caapa.org.uk
To promote knowledge and love of the Bible. Hon. Secretary, Catholic Biblical Association c/o Department of Theology & Religious Studies, Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park, Taggart Avenue, Liverpool LI6 9JD Email: email@example.com Web: http://cbagb.org.uk
Information Centre on behalf of the National Service Committee about Catholic Charismatic Renewal, with contacts for prayer groups and communities, and details of Goodnews, our quarterly magazine. Contact: Goodnews, CCR Centre, PO Box 67138 London SW11 9FD Tel: 020 7352 5298 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ccr.org.uk
(Registered Charity 231022) CCA is the principal animal welfare organisation within the Catholic Church worldwide and we exist to promote and care for the well-being and protection of all of God's creation and work within the spirit of Laudato Si', the Encyclical on the Environment by Pope Francis.
Contact Chris Fegan Tel: 07817 730472 Email: email@example.com Web: www.catholic-animals.com
Acts as the agent of the Bishops of England and Wales on matters of national strategy and policy, negotiating on their behalf with Government and other agencies.
Chair Archbishop Malcolm McMahon OP
Director Paul Barber Eccleston Square SW1V 1BX Tel: 020 7901 1900 Fax: 020 7901 1939 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.catholiceducation.org.uk
Produce Catholic teaching resources on DVD to equip parishes, schools and colleges. A wide range of CaFE (Catholic Faith Exploration) resources are available for sacramental preparation, parish renewal, chaplaincy groups and to support the RE curriculum in secondary schools. Director David Payne PO Box 333 St Albans, Herts AL2 1EL Tel: 0845 050 9428 Email: email@example.com Websites: www.faithcafe.org www.youthcafe.org
For the training and provision of public speakers on the Catholic Faith. Enquiries Mr Phil Gough 84 Grove Green Road E11 4EL
The society exists to help and encourage those who have Catholic ancestry in England, Wales and Scotland to research their family history. Details of membership, publications and resources are obtainable through the website or by email. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.catholicfhs.co.uk
For Catholic members of the medical and healthcare professions
39 Eccleston Square SW1V 1BX Tel: 020 7901 4895 Fax: 020 7901 4819
Chairman of Westminster Branch Rev Dr Michael Jarmulowicz 6 St Andrews Road NW10 2QS Tel: 020 8459 8572 Email:email@example.com Website: www. catholicmedicalassociation.org.uk
The national forum and information centre of the mission societies and congregations, lay and religious, working in mission and human development projects overseas. It promotes mission, coordinates the annual parish mission appeals by the member societies and is a consultative body to the Bishops' Conference.
Secretary: Richard Owens, CMU, 37-39 Shakespeare Street, Southport, PR8 5AB
Tel. 01704 533708 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cmu.org.uk
In 2015 the Catholic National Library was gifted to Durham University, to form part of the Library's collection to support research within the Centre for Catholic Studies and the wider Faculty of Arts and Humanities. The collection is currently being assessed, and together with the co-located Durham collections of Ushaw College, Durham Cathedral and the University, forms a rich resource base for theological research. Once the collection is fully assessed and catalogued it will be accessed via the University Library catalogue: www.durham.ac.uk/library. Contact email@example.com
Establisged in 1945, CPW run educational, residential weeks which provide the opportunity for people to combine study of their faith with thoughtful joyous liturgy, time to reflect and relax, community experience and a holiday for young and old. Chaplains serve on each week. New programme each January.
Secretary: Lizzy Allerton, 8 Kings Close, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 1QETel. 0161 773 2410 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.catholicpeoplesweeks.org.uk
Founded in 1904 to make available material for study of the Catholic history of England and Wales since the Reformation, publishing transcripts of diaries; letters and biographies; legal, court and official papers; and records of old Catholic missions, seminaries, colleges and convents. The journal British Catholic History is published by CUP twice a year.
Contact Hon Secretary Dr James Kelly Department of Theology and Religion, Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham DH1 3RS Email: email@example.com Web: www.catholicrecordsociety.co.uk
CTS supports the constant spiritual renewal of the Church and faithful, helping people to deepen their faith and share it with others by explaining faith, teaching and life of the Catholic Church. As publisher to the Holy See, CTS publishes the official documents of the Church as they are issued, and offers authentic Catholic teaching at affordable prices.
Chair Rt Revd. Paul Hendricks MA PhL VG, Auxiliary Bishop in Southwark Archdiocese
General Secretary Fergal Martin LLB, LLM
Publishing Office & Distribution, 40-46 Harleyford Road SE11 5AY Tel: 020 7640 0042 Fax: 020 7640 0046 Email: orders@CTSbooks.org Bookshop Tel: 020 7834 1363 Fax: 020 7821 7398 Website: www.CTSbooks.org
CUGB is the consistent voice of the laity working to promote and develop the values of Catholic social teaching by working with the Bishops' Conference and Parliament. This is to ensure that our values are presented to key decision makes who determine legislation and social policy. We also work to promote the common good in public life and it is vital that the Catholic voice continues to be proclaimed in public. We liaise with the wider Christian community on issues of common interest. Funding is through annual individual membership subscription.
The Catholic Union Charitable Trust (CUCT) was launched in February 2015, to develop and strengthen the role of advancing Catholic moral and spiritual principles by means of conferences, lectures, training, seminars on education and by the implementation of a social media strategy. CUCT funding is by donation through the gift aid scheme.
President: Sir Edward Leigh MP The Catholic Union, St Maximilian Kolbe House, 63 Jeddo Road, London W12 9EETel: 020 8749 1321 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.catholicunion.org.uk
An Apologetics project that has spread to 22 countries. Set up to train spokespeople for radio and TV interviews, it now also offers speakers to parishes, chaplaincies, and schools. It holds topical briefings when the Church is in the news, runs a blow (www.cvcomment.org) and has led to publications, including 'How to Defend the Faith Without Raising Your Voice'. It offers bespoke media training for dioceses and Catholic organisations in the UK and abroad. Independent of the Bishops' Conference, it is supported as part of their 'Confidently Catholic' agenda, encouraging laypeople 'to know and live their faith with courage and give witness to it with confidence'.
Contacts Austen Ivereigh, Jack Valero, Kathleen Griffin and Eileen Cole
Email: email@example.com Web: www.catholicvoices.org.uk Twitter: @CatholicVoices
A national network which calls women to full participation in all aspects of life and the Church as a matter of justice and freedom from oppression. Empowers women to mature in their spiritual life, encourages and enables them to engage in theology and develop new ways of worshipping together. 'WomenWordSpirit' has become the voice of CWN. CWN is a member of the National Board of Catholic Women. Publishes quarterly journal Network. National Contact: Sheila Doyle 8 Rectory Lane SW17 9PZ Website: www.womenwordspirit.org
The League is involved in charitable work of all kinds. Members endeavour to exert influence in those issues rooted in social justice and peace and particularly seek to make the voice of Catholic women heard in the legislative system on issues of the Family. The League offers members the opportunity to develop and learn new skills, enabling them to fulfil their mission of service to one another, to their parish and to the Church.
Contact Branch President, CWL Westminster, MIss J Hallal Tel: 07908 006258 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: https://www.catholicwomensleague.org/
A network to share best practice amongst Catholics working in fundraising for charities. Meets twice a year in London for a topical presentation, discussion and networking. There is also a LinkedIn group 'Catholics in Fundraising UK'.
Contact John Green Email: email@example.com
Small groups of Christians who meet regularly to help each other deepen their life of prayer. CLC’s special characteristic is the spirituality of St Ignatius, helping members to integrate prayer with action in their daily lives.
National Chaplain Br Alan Harrison SJ
Diocesan Representative Jackie Gill (Administrator) 114 Mount Street W1K 3AH Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community of Sant'Egidio is a 'Church Public Lay Association' which began in Rome in 1968. The different communities, spread across 73 countries, share the same spirituality and principles which characterise the way of Sant'Egidio: Prayer, Communicating the Gospel, Solidarity with the Poor, Ecumenism, and Dialogue.
The Community regularly gathers for common prayer, as a pathway to becoming familiar with Jesus' words, presenting to the Lord the needs of poor people, our own needs and the needs of the whole world. The Community of Sant'Egidio, in London as elsewhere, lives in service to the poor in friendship and familiarity, considering them as brothers and sisters, especially the homeless and the elderly in nursing homes.
Contact Francesco Pecorari Tel: 07521 785382 or Silvia Rossi Tel: 07595 931348
Email: email@example.com Web: www.santegidio.org.uk, www.santegidio.org
The mission of the Community of the Risen Lord (CRL) UK is to bring life-transforming renewal both to parishes and dioceses, with outreach and pastoral activities based on the teaching of the Catholic Church. Meetings are held at St Joseph's Pastoral Centre, Hendon, from 3.30-5.30pm on the 2nd and 4th Sundays.
Contact: Sonia Tissera (UK Co-ordinator), Niru Fernando and Eric Jeevaraj (Co-Group Team)
70 Roxeth Green Avenue, South Harrow HA2 8AG Tel: 07957 117928 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.crlmain.org
Vatican II restored the Order of Virgins, which dates from the early Church. Canon 604 speaks of this form of consecrated life, mentioned in the Catechism (paras 922-4). We are consecrated publicly by the Bishop to live an independent life within the local church community. Each woman is autonomous, and her pattern of life is planned by herself and approved by the Bishop. She is responsible for her own finances. Other women are consecrated as widows; our vow is for life. Those who wish meet annually for a week at Hyning monastery. This kind of religious life combines freedom with commitment.
Contact: Gosia Brykczynska OCV 148 Carlyle Road W5 4BJ Tel: 020 8560 0120 Email: email@example.com
Internationally recognised ancient and charitable Catholic Order of Knighthood under the custodianship of the Royal House of Bourbon Two Sicilies.
Grand Master HRH The Duke of Castro Prior HE Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor. Archbishop Emeritus of Westminster; Sub-Prior Most Rev George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff; Chief Chaplain for Ireland HE Desmond Cardinal O'Connell, Archbishop Emeritus of Dublin; Delegate for Britain and Ireland HE Mr Anthony Bailey; Vice-Delegates HE Mr John Bruton (Ireland), Vacant (England), Field Marshal The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank (Scotland), The Rt Hon Lord Murphy (Wales), The Hon Sir Peter Caruana (Gibraltar)
Contact Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St George, 12 Queen's Gate Gardens SW7 5LY
Tel: 020 7594 0275 Fax: 020 7594 0265 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.constantinian.org.uk
Renewing the face of the earth, moved by the Holy Spirit, one with the Catholic Church, and blessed to witness to Christ's love and service, Couples for Christ is a united global community of family evangelizers that sets the world on fire with the fullness of God's transforming love.
Contact Bong Nidea UK Head Tel: 020 8924 4675 email@example.com
Romeo Mendoza UK Elder Co-ordinator Tel: 020 8477 8213 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://couplesforchristuk.weebly.com
For those called to spread the Gospel in the tradition of St Dominic. The Fraternity meets monthly at St. Dominic's Priory, Southampton Road, London NW5 4LB. Chaplain Fr Leo Edgar OP Secretary Alison Fincham, 5 New Street, Canterbury CT2 8AU Email: email@example.com
A life consecrated to God through vows, offering challenge and mutual support, helping to develop ourapostolate and service to others.
Moderator Miss Janet Wiltshire19 Broomfield Place, Earlsdon, Coventry CV5 6GY Email: Janetwilts@aol.com
A Public Association of the Faithful, recognised by the Holy See, for lay people, priests, deacons and consecrated men and women.
Contact Frederic and Anne-Sophie de Narp 2 Kensington Gate W8 5NA Tel: 07730 347337 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.emmanuel.info
To promote interest and encourage research into English and Welsh Catholic history. Helps preserve relevant documents. Arranges regular meetings/visits. Members' quarterly newsletter.
Secretary Mrs Angela Hodges, 45 High Street, Stoke sub Hamdon, Somerset, TA146PR Tel: 01935 823928 Email:email@example.com Website: www.echa.org.uk
An international ecclesial movement started by Chiara Lubich in 1943 at Trent in N. Italy. Its principal aim is to help bring about the fulfilment of the prayer of Jesus 'That all may be one'.
Focolare Centre for Unity, 69 Parkway, Welwyn Garden City AL8 6JG Tel: 01707 323620 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.focolare.org
To pray for the Holy Father’s intentions, study and promote his teaching. Supports a fund assisting in defraying expenses of his Apostolic Ministry.
Chair John Dean Dip Law, Dip LP
Secretary Dr Michael Straiton MB, KCSG, 23a Vincent House, Vincent Square, London SW1P 2NB Email: email@example.com Web: www.thefriendsoftheholyfather.org
FHL (Registered Charity 1130054) helps Christians to flourish in the land of their birth, securing a presence where Christianity began. We raise awareness of the challenges Christians face, encourage prayers for them, generate funds towards a sustainable future, and encourage Holy Land pilgrims to meet local Christians. Projects include repairs to deteriorating homes; developing a Day Care Centre for the elderly in Bethlehem; providing 'seed corn' funding for businesses which employ the young in particular; offering help with medical bills and school fees; and supporting families in desperate need.
FHL is organised to suit parishes in both Catholic and Anglican dioceses and is frequently represented through parish groups which meet regularly to pray, share information about the Holy Land and organise fundraising. Cardinal Vincent Nichols is one of the Charity's Patrons.
Chair Jim Quinn Vice-Chair Peter Rand Hon Treasurer Tony Stokes
Contact Karen Baxter (Office Manager) Friends of the Holy Land, Farmer Ward Road, Kenilworth Warwickshire CV8 2DH Tel: 01926 512980 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Friends (Charity no. 1075141) support students of the College, who will be our future priests, with prayers encouragement and financial help. Contact Mike Lang Tel: 01364 644811 Email: email@example.com Web: www.friendsofenglishcollegerome.org.uk
Catholic, pro-life pregnancy centre providing free ultrasound scans, friendship and practical help and support of all kinds to assist women to choose life for their children. We have Daily Mass and Adoration in our Centre. We provide speakers and run a monthly day of prayer and fasting for the end of abortion. We provide post-abortion counselling too. We welcome donations of buggies for new-borns, Moses baskets and baby clothes (age 0-24 months only)
Director Clare McCullough
The Good Counsel Network, PO Box 46679, London NW9 8ZT Tel: 020 7723 1740 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.goodcounselnetwork.com Blog: mariastopsabortion.blogspot.com
Founded 29th November 1887 with a threefold mission: 1. The conversion of England and Wales; 2. The restoration of the lapsed; and 3. Praying for the forgotten dead. The Guild has moved its administration to Walsingham. To support its work contact:
The Guild of Our Lady of Ransom Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady, Pilgrim Bureau, Friday Market Place, Walsingham, Norfolk NR22 6EG Tel: 01329 820217 Fax: 01328 821087 Email: email@example.com Web: www.guild-ransom.co.uk
The Guild is open to all and meets every Tuesday at Our Lady of Willesden, Nicoll Road NW10 9AX after the 7pm Mass. Its purpose is to pray for the intentions and protection of London through the intercession of Our Lady of Willesden.
President and Patron HE Cardinal Murphy-O'Connor Guild Master Fr Stephen Willis
Catholic Association of Bellringers. Guild Office 1 Albert Road, Bournemouth BH1 1BZ
Diocesan Rep Canon Shaun Lennard St Monica's 1 Stonard Road N13 4DJ Tel: 020 8886 9568
Association of Pontifical Right formed mainly by young people who alternate a life of recollection, study and prayer with evangelising activities. Their spirituality is based on devotion to the Holy Eucharist, love for Mary and fidelity to the Pope.
Contact Rev Deacon Arthur Hlebnikian 29 Lower Teddington Road Hampton Wick, KT1 4EUTel: 020 8943 4159 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www. arautos.org
The Home Mission Desk exists to support the work of the Department for Evangelisation and Catechesis. It is manned by the Home Mission Advisor who serves as a point of reference for evangelisation in dioceses, movements and organisations in the Catholic Church in England and Wales. In recognition of the ways in which the media can be used as a tool of evangelisation the Advisor works as a member of the Catholic Communications Network (CCN) team.
Home Mission Officer Teresa Carvalho 39 Eccleston Square SW1V 1BX Tel: 0207 901 4818 Website: www.cbcew.org.uk/home-mission
Through national membership we offer advice and training on delivering services to people who are homeless or in housing need; facilitate and co-ordinate frontline services, including a London-wide winter shelters forum; and campaign for better legislation. We support the development of services nationwide and champion alternative solutions, notably housing co-operatives and community land trusts. Members are available to speak to groups or after Masses about homelessness and housing. We also co-ordinate the annual Homeless Sunday, on the 4th Sunday in January.
Chief Executive Alison Gelder 256 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UJ Tel: 020 3544 8094 Email: email@example.com Website: www.housingjustice.org.uk
Young people making a difference (13-17 year olds) trains young people to become leaders in life using the ‘See, Judge, Act’ method. See ‘Young Christian Workers’ for more details.
Launched by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Britain, to honour the memory of St John Paul II and his vision for sport, this charity enables the setting up of clubs in parishes and schools, supports clubs in need of advice and guidance and produces educational materials for schools and parishes. Catholic in inspiration, working with all and for all, its purpose is summed up in its strapline: 'Educating young people through sport'.
Contact Mgr Vladimir Felzmann CEO, John Paul II Foundation for Sport, Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street SW1P 1QN Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fraternal order of Catholic men supporting the mission of the Church and the spiritual, intellectual and material welfare of its members and their families. Provincial Grand Knights:
Province 11 John Boniface 44 Woodstock Avenue W13 9UG
Province 29 Jim Pugh 8 Thornton Road Potters Bar EN6 1JH
Province 30 John Hibberd 34 Raleigh Avenue, Hayes UB4 0EE
The LMS is a lay-led organisation (with many clergy members) promoting the wider provision of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, in accordance with the Holy Father's wishes expressed in the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum. We organise and support the celebration of weekly, monthyl and seasonal EF Masses at dozens of locations across England and Wales and are affiliated to the International Una Voce movement, which promotes Mass in the Extraordinary Form through member societies in around 40 countries.We also promote the use of traditional Church music, particularly Gregorian Chant, supporting the training of singer through the Gregorian Chant Network; organise training for priests and servers wishing to learn the Rite; support the use of Latin in Church affairs; and make financial help available for youth and family events that draw their spirituality from the Extraordinary Form. 11-13 Macklin Street WC2B 5NH Tel: 020 7404 7284 Email:email@example.com Website: www.lms.org.ukLocal Reps: Gordon Dimon Tel. 020 8674 1011 Roger Wemyss Brooks Tel. 020 7224 5323
An informal group of Catholic missionary and volunteer organisations which offer faith-based volunteering overseas. Co-ordinators meet three times a year to share ideas and resources and run an eight-day pre-departure training course for volunteers each summer. Each member organisation has its own charism and sending practice (opportunities, countries, length of service, age range) and contact details for each website can be found on Facebook page LMVN.
For Christians in middle and later life helping them grow spiritually and to take up their responsibilities as members of the Church through friendship, spirituality and mission.
National President Mr Ross Roberts National Secretary Mrs Marie Ryde
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.lifeascending.org.uk
LCW is part of the international Catholic Worker movement founded in 1933 by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin. CW communities are houses of hospitality for the poor as well as places to perform the works of mercy and organise resistance to the works of war, injustice and violence. The movement practises hospitality, active non-violence, gentle personalism and voluntary poverty. Each community is independent, with no HQ. We need full-time live-in community members and volunteers, as well as part-time volunteers and donations in cash or in kind.
Contact London Catholic Worker 49 Mattison Road N4 1BG Tel: 020 8348 8212 Email: email@example.com Web: www.londoncatholicworker.org
LCW is part of the international Catholic Worker movement founded in 1933 by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin. CW communities are houses of hospitality for the poor as well as places to perform works of mercy and organise resistance to the works of war, injustice and violence. The movement practises hospitality, active non-violence, gentle personalism and voluntary poverty. Each community is independent, with no HQ. We need full-time live-in community members and volunteers, as well as part-time volunteers and donations in cash or in kind. Contact: London Catholic Worker, 49 Mattison Road N4 1BG Tel: 020 8348 8212 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: www.londoncatholicworker.org
A religious order of the Church, supporting the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in London and other hospitaller work, including pilgrimages to Lourdes and Walsingham.
Grand Priory of England, Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta 58 Grove End Road NW8 9NE Tel: 020 7286 1414 Fax: 020 7289 3242 Email: email@example.com
The Marist Way is the lay branch of the Marist Congregation, bringing together people who wish to participate in the life and mission of the Church in the 'Spirit of Mary', a way envisaged by Jean-Claude Colin, founder of the Marists, who are Priests, Sisters, Brothers and Laity. Marists endeavour to think, feel, judge and act as Mary did, at Nazareth and at Pentecost. All Marists believe that Mary maintains a special interest in bringing the women and men of our time into contact with her Son, Jesus. They feel called to share in this concern of Mary's and to become part of her family to work on her behalf. The term 'the work of Mary' describes this essentially missionary spirit.
Contact Mrs Pat O'Connor 12 Harrow Road, Linthorpe, Middleborough TS5 5PD Tel: 01642 914486
We provide marriage preparation and relationship counselling to thousands of couples each year through a network of centres and professionally accredited volunteers. Ring our appointments service to book a place on a marriage preparation course for those marrying in the Catholic Church or for a counselling appointment. If you are interested in helping us support couples in your community we'd love to hear from you, please go to our website: www.marriagecare.org.uk
Helpline: 0845 660 6000 Appointments Line: 0800 389 3801
Registered office (Charity number 218159): Catholic Marriage Care, Bishops Park House, 25-29 Fulham High Street, London SW6 3JH Tel: 020 7371 1341 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides weekends for couples and those who are engaged, in association with priests and religious, to enrich their lives through improving communication.
Contact Phil and Rita Jackson Web: http://wwme.org.uk/
Offering counselling, coaching, spiritual direction, talks, courses, and workshops to build self-understanding, confidence, deal with stress, difficult relationships, loss, bereavement, anxiety and distress; also psychometric testing, EFT, tips for prevention of age-related memory loss.
Director Sr Josephine Bugeja LCM, MA, RGN, RMN Flat 10, Berkeley Court, 33 Gordon Road, Ealing W5 2AE Tel: 020 8810 4432 Email: email@example.com
A lifelong education centre having lose links with Caritas-Hong Kong, providing MA in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management and a wide range of leisure, cookery, health, business, oriental language classes, as well as community projects. It promotes links between our diocese and the Church of Hong Kong and China.
Chairman Professor Jonathan Liu
Dean Ms Chungwen Li
Denver House, 1 Cline Road, Bounds Green N11 2LX Tel: 020 8361 7161 Fax: 020 8361 4207 Website: www.ming-ai.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pope's official charity for overseas mission, with 120 offices worldwide under the co-ordination of the Pontifical Mission Societies in Rome. We are the Holy Father's chosen instrument for sharing the Gospel and building the Church throughout the world. Together, the Missio offices globally support 1,069 dioceses in 157 countries. It is the only Catholic charity which supports the 40% of the Universal Church that is too new, young or poor to support itself. We aim to follow Christ's example by helping everyone in need, regardless of background or belief. Missio comprises four branches which work together: the Association for the Propagation of the Faith (APF), the Society of St Peter the Apostle (SPA), Mission Together (MT), and the Pontifical Missionary Union (PMU).
Diocesan Director for Missio: Fr Philip Knights The Presbytery, 6 Melbourn Road, Royston SG8 7DB Tel: 01763 243117 Email: email@example.com
National Director: Fr Anthony Chantry MHM
National Office for Missio 23 Eccleston Square SW1V 1NU. Tel: 020 7821 9755 Fax: 020 7630 8466 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.missio.org.uk
Part of the Missio network of charities, Mission Together provides such things as healthcare and education for the world's poorest children, regardless of background or belief. It supports vulnerable children via educational, medical and welfare projects through schools, orphanages, health centres, children's homes and nutrition programmes. The food, education, medications, shelter and formation that MT provides fulfilboth the children's spiritual and practical needs.
National Office for Missio (Reg. Charity No. 1056651) 23 Eccleston Square, SW1V 1NU Tel: 020 7821 9755 Fax. 020 7630 8466 Email. email@example.com Web. www.missiontogether.org.uk
A consultative body to the Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales with consultative status within the United Nations, with representatives from 32 Catholic organisations and the dioceses. A forum in which women are enabled to share their views and concerns and make recommendations at all levels. Tel: 07724 685780 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.nbcw.org
A consultative body to the Bishops’ Conference, consisting of lay apostolic national organisations, eight liaison representatives, advisors and executive. Advisor Bishop Tom Williams
Secretary Mrs Sue Gornall 34 Hurstway, Fulwood, Preston PR2 9TT Tel: 01772 715495 Email: email@example.com
National association of Catholic laity and clergy. Local circles London Patricia Donald Tel: 020 8504 2017; Ealing Martin Redfern 6 Tudor Way W3 9AG Email: Martintredfern@gmail.com; Herts Maggy Swift Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To strengthen in its members the Christian life, in fidelity to the Pope and the teachings of the Church, observing the principles of charity for assistance to the Holy Land; to aid the charitable, cultural and social works and institutions of the Church in the Holy Land, particularly those of and in the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, with which the Order maintain ties; to support the propagation of the Faith there, involving in this work Catholics scattered throughout the world, united in charity by the symbol of the Order, and also all brother Christians; and to sustain the rights of the Catholic Church in the Holy Land.
Contact Roland Hayes Email: email@example.com Web: www.khs.org.uk
An association of men and women who are qualified to give religious instruction. We work in parishes and also by distance learning. Postal and online courses include our Foundation Court, leading to a qualification certificate for training parish catechists or as a personal development course only; our Diploma Court, which provides more academic training enabling catechists to lead parish programmes; the Catholicism Made Simple Course, which is a basic introduction to faith for adults and youth; and the Children's Section, which provides courses and lesson leaflets for parents or catechists working with children attending non-Catholic schools and in preparation for the first Sacraments. Our latest course is Mysteries of the Christian Life, based on the 20 decades of the Rosary.
Contact Charmaine Jayasuriya Tel: 01442 267035 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ourladyscatechists.wordpress.com
Pax Christi is a gospel-based international movement for peace, open to all. We strive to help the Church and wider community to proclaim and make peace through its work for reconciliation and the promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence. We offer a wide range of materials for parishes each year to encourage support for Peace Sunday, celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time.
National President Archbishop Malcolm McMahon OP General Secretary Patricia Gaffney St Josephs, Watford Way Hendon NW4 4TY Tel: 020 8203 4884 Fax: 020 8203 5234 Email: email@example.com Website: www.paxchristi.org.uk
Part of the Missio network of charities, the PMU is responsible for encouraging all the faithful to have passion for mission and evangelisation. As Catholics we are encouraged to share the love of God through our words and actions with our global family. National Office for Missio, 23 Eccleston Square SW1V 1NU Tel: 020 7821 9755 Website: www.missio.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A daily prayer session produced by the Jesuits in Britain and designed for us on portable MP3 players. Visit www.pray-as-you-go.org to listen to the daily sessions, explore other resources, and find out how to subscribe to the podcast or download apps for iOS and Android. 114 Mount Street W1K 3AH Tel: 020 7499 0285 Email: email@example.com
A Catholic charity aiding all prisoners, their families and ex-offenders. Pact works across England and Wales in courts, prisons and in the community supporting ex-offenders who wish to go straight. All our work is supported by volunteers from parishes. Prisoners' Sunday is kept on 8 October 2017. Collection envelopes will be available at Masses on the weekend prior, or donations can be sent directly to:
Parish and Supporter Relations Team PACT 29 Peckham Road SE5 8UA Tel: 020 7735 9535 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.prisonadvice.org.uk
Our groups enable younger Catholics to get together at a social and spiritual level. Events include Masses, retreats, walks, meals, museum visits, pilgrimages, holidays, and other opportunities to meet up together. National office: St Johns, 266 Wellington Road North, Stockport SK4 2QR For details contact Rev Hugh Hanley SCJ at email@example.com Website: www.thirtysomethings.net
A lifeline for troubled marriages, helping heal and renew marriages in distress. For couples who are finding it difficult to communicate; who argue about everything or live in silence; who feel alone, lonely and distant; who may think separation and divorce are their only options.
Contact Maurice and Margaret Magee Tel: 07973 380443; Michael and Frances Hyland (Co-ordinators) Tel: 00353 1 6155 884 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.retrouvaille.org.uk
Secretary: Michael O'Shea St Mary's Cemetery Harrow Road NW10 5NU Tel: 020 8969 1145
Chief Administrator Mgr Canon Nicholas Rothon Tel: 020 8852 5420
Diocesan Representative Mgr Seamus O'Boyle Tel: 020 7226 3277
St Francis of Assisi left us 'a Dream to dream and a Journey to challenge everyone'. All Franciscans are inspired by him to follow Christ. The Secular Franciscan Order belongs to this family. In their secular state, members permanently commit themselves to live the Gospel as Francis did, following his Rule approved by the Pope. The OFS is open to the laity and diocesan clergy. There are more than 850 Secular Franciscans in Great Britain. Gathering in fraternities, they strive to grow in the love of God and in peace with each other. In this way, they aspire to be faithful disciples of Christ.
Contact National Secretary Pam Thornton 5 Palmerston Road, Liverpool LI8 8AJ Email: email@example.com Web: ofsgb.org
A life of service through vows of chastity, poverty and obedience in union with others of like mind, remaining in their own circumstances. Women of prayer living in the world as Servants of Mary.ContactRegional Director27 Glengate, South Wigston, Leicestershire LE18 4SGWebsite: www.ssi.org.uk
A centre for study and growth in mutual understanding between Christians and Jews, as well as other faiths and cultures. As a place to listen, learn, reflect and respect we offer a regular programme of courses and lectures, as well as times for reflection and prayer. Our specialist library has staff available to assist with research. Outside groups also use our facilities for their own seminars, training and meetings. The Centre is run by the Sisters of Our Lady of Sion. Director Sr Magaret Shepherd nds 34 Chepstow Villas W11 2QZ Tel: 020 7313 8286 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sioncentre.com
Aims to encourage high standards in Church art, to assist prospective patrons in the selection of suitable artists and craftsmen and to provide fellowship to those who have the arts and Catholicism in common. Chair Patrick Pike Secretary Mary Davey The Garden Flat, 36 Warham Road, South Croydon CR2 6LA Tel: 020 8681 7633 Email: email@example.com Website: www.catholicartists.co.uk
To promote devotion to Our Lady, organise services and pilgrimages and assist sick pilgrims, financially and otherwise, to go to Lourdes. c/o Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Botwell Lane, Hayes, Middx UB3 2AB Tel: 020 8848 9833 Fax: 020 8848 9844 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.soll-lourdes.com
Promotion and advancement of the Roman Catholic religion in England and Wales, principally through assistance in the maintenance of Archbishop's House, Westminster. Chairman Richard Collyer-Hamlin 77 Gibbon Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT2 6AE Tel: 07970 401731 Email: email@example.com Website: www.staugustineofcanterbury.org.uk
The national Catholic society promoting understanding, active participation and good practice in the celebration of the liturgy. it organises summer schools, lectures and study days for all who are engaged in liturgy and music as well as regular meetings for composers. The journal Music and Liturgy (available by subscription) contains articles, news, reviews and a practical liturgy planner.
Diocesan Representative John Ainslie 76 Great Bushey Drive N20 8QL Tel: 020 8445 5724 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.ssg.org.uk
Founded in 1926 to promote unity and encourage greater knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the tradition of the Eastern Churches, to promote Catholic-Orthodox unity and to support the Eastern Catholic Churches. Publishes Chrysostom three times a year. Email: email@example.com Web: www.orientalelumen.org.uk President Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster
Chair c/o Fr Mark Woodruff
General Secretary Peter Pidjarkowskyj Bykar 58 Haslemere Avenue, Barnet EN4 8EU Tel: 07892 941776 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership Alan Worsfold KSG, KCHS 31 Lonsdale Drive, Enfield EN2 7LJ Tel: 020 8363 0525
Part of the Missio network, the Society of St Peter the Apostle trains the Church leaders of tomorrow, bringing the love of Christ to vulnerable communities, and passing on the gift of faith to future generations in over 157 countries around the world. Every year Missio's SPA supports the training of 30,000 future priests and 11,000 religious sisters in the mission dioceses. Only SPA, as the Pope's own charity, has this unique role throughout the world.
Contact National Director for Missio Fr Philip Knights The Presbytery, 6 Melbourn Road, Royston SG8 7DB Tel: 01763 243117 Email: email@example.com
Missio, 23 Eccleston Square SW1V 1NU Tel: 020 7821 9755 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.missio.org.uk
SPICMA reaches out to the developing world; it is open to the needs of small communities and individuals who neither fulfill the criteria nor have any way of approaching the larger agencies. They support both appropriate relief aid and developmental projects through the various Missionary Congregations and Diocesan Clergy to be certain that the relief gets to the people it is intended for.
SPICMA is open to assisting in projects which build up the capacity of the Local Church as it realises the importance of having an effective partner on the ground.
SPICMA is run by volunteers.
SPICMA funds its projects through donations and legacies made by individuals and groups.
SPICMA provides its help to people regardless of their religious beliefs or ethnicity.
For the assistance of needy former clergy and religious received into the Catholic Church.The Secretary Fr Richard Biggerstaff 4 First Turn, Wolvercote, Oxford OX2 8AH Tel:01865 513377 Email: email@example.com Website: www.StBarnabasSociety.org.uk
SFLG's mission since 1895 has been the alleviation of the suffering caused by Leprosy. We give material support to leprosy hospitals, clinics, residential and outreach centres for leprosy sufferers and former patients and their dependents who are unable to return to their communities through disability or cultural prejudices.
Hon. Secretary Sr Helen McMahon FMM 73 St Charles Square W10 6EJ Tel: 020 8969 1345 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organises Sunday walks in London and the Home Countries throughout the year. Rambles on additional days and further afield are occasionally provided, plus other social activities.
Contact Antoinette Adkins Tel. 020 8769 3643 Email email@example.com for an information pack, or for further information go to www.stfrancisramblers.ukwalkers.com
Provides sheltered accommodation for elderly Catholics in need and of limited means.
Secretary S. Dolan St Joseph’s Almshouse, 42 Brook Green W6 7BW Tel: 020 7603 9817 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The St Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) is an international Christian society, Catholic in character and origin. The Society's mission is to bear witness to Christ's love and to put his teaching into practice. With mutual support, friendship and encouragement, members seek to reach out and extend their commitment through person-to-person care for those disadvantaged, neglected or in need. They seek to identify the causes of need, provide items of furniture, clothing and food where appropriate and offer the hand of friendship. In these ways members aim to develop their own spiritual lives, strengthening their own faith and deepening their love of God and their neighbour.
Contact Siobhan Garibaldi Email: email@example.com Tel: 07929 490090 Web: www.svp.org.uk
The Project's 1975 origins lie in Spanish Sisters' outreach to Spanish families. In 1996 the Daughters of Charity widened it, providing direct support to families in Westminster and beyond. Family Space supports 130+ families, offering free accredited parenting programmes, Drop-In, Creche, Speech and Language assessment, specialised advice and healthy living classes. In addition, creative arts therapy, via art, drama and dance and movement provides for 25+ local children and teens experiencing emotional difficulties. Our 30+ volunteering and student intern opportunities are via the Volunteer Space programme. Our six Vincentian values are: being respectful, inspired, travellers together, professional, holistic, and compassionate.
St Vincent's Family Project, Methodist Central Hall, Storey's Gate, SW1H 9NH Tel: 020 7654 5351 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.svfp.org.uk
International movement for married couples of all ages whose purpose is to help couples live fully the Sacrament of Marriage. Groups of 4-6 couples, with a chaplain or spiritual advisor, meet monthly in each others' homes to support, pray and discuss Scripture. There are over 11,000 such Teams around the world.
Contact Piotr and Dzidzia Chodzko-Zajko 49 Ravenor Park Road, Greenford, Middlesex UB6 9QY Tel: 020 8575 5421 Email: email@example.com Website: www.teamsgb.org.uk
A Eucharistic community committed to sharing Christian values, the Grail offers several forms of membership. Local groups meet regularly throughout the country.
Grail Community The Hermitage, Cheriton Road, Winchester S022 5HW Tel: 01962 859870 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Website: www.grailsociety.org.uk
National organisation for the preservation of the family and sanctification of the home.
Diocesan President Mrs Joan Deegan 34 Cypress Avenue, Whitton TW2 7JZ Tel: 020 8898 2118 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spiritual Director Fr David Irwin Tel: 020 7935 4420
Secretary Sr Brigid Collins 8 Pool House, 45 Penfold Street NW8 8DP Tel: 020 3015 3936 Email: email@example.com
A challenging and fulfilling Gap Year in UK for 18-35 year olds of any nationality, living in small communities serving people who are vulnerable, in the spirit of St Vincent de Paul. Contact Sr Susan Molloy St Matthew's Presbytery, Worsley Road, Eccles, Manchester M30 8BL Tel: 07708 314996. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.vincentianvolunteers.org.uk
A movement of apostolic formation, for young people between 13 and 30. Through a programme of enquiry in small groups in parishes and schools, YCW educates and trains young people for their mission of Christian service in everyday life. It enables them to become apostles to other young people and prepares them for the responsibilities of adult Christian life. YCW also produces educative enquiry discussion material and arranges numerous training events, including residential weekends.
Contact YCW HQ St Anthony's Presbytery, Eleventh Street, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1JF Tel: 0161 872 6017 Email: email@example.com Website: www.ycwimpact.com
Young City Catholics (YCC) is a group of Catholic young professionals in their twenties and thirties working in the City of London and Canary Wharf.
Our community regularly meets (every six weeks) at St Mary Moorfields Church, situated in the heart of the city between Moorgate and Liverpool Street.
We are a group of Young Professionals working in the City or Canary Wharf across different industries. Our Vision is to foster professional and personal development on the back of Christian values, in a friendly and welcoming environment. Our website is www.ycc-london.co.uk or contact us at 020 72478390 / Email: Info@ycc-london.co.uk
Seeks to enable young people to encounter Jesus Christ, at the heart of the Catholic Church. This is primarily through weekend Prayer Festivals, where young people are introduced to the essentials of the Catholic faith: Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Confession, Scripture and devotion to Our Lady. These are opportunities to build friendships, experience God's love, receive the grace of conversion and begin living anew the Christian life. A Regional Development Officer will be establishing Youth 2000 Prayer Groups across the country; to start a Prayer Group in your local area, contact John Withers Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Youth 2000 Tel: 020 7221 2124 Email: email@example.com Website: www.youth2000.org